Workshop for directors 2017


Workshop for Directors 2017

Fit for the future- co-creating the EPR of tomorrow


Hosted by Don Gnocchi Foundation



IRCCS Santa Maria Nascente

Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi


28- 29 September 2017, IRCCS Via Capecelatro 66, 20148 Milan, Italy


28th September at 09.30 - 29th September at 16.00


The Workshop for Directors is an annual event that brings in an outside expert to provide an interactive training session for directors and key staff. The topic relates to management, leadership or organisational development and participants have the opportunity to apply theories to their own contexts, making a concrete impact on their organisation.


EPR’s current strategic plan comes to an end in 2018 so in 2017 a number of actions have been launched to gather members’ input for developing new strategic objectives and ways of work for the coming years in order to meet members’needs, challenges, wishes and expectations, and ensure the EPR network engages members, enthuses them because of its impact, and is therefore also attractive for new members. In February 2017 a meeting for members was organised and then an online survey was launched. Following a discussion on first results of the consultationat the June General Assembly the Board agreedthat the 2017 Workshop for Directors would take this input and go deeper into developing the strategy, whilst also ensuring a learning dimension for the participants. The meeting will help uncover what needs to change and how in order for EPR toachieve its mission and vision.


The programme is available here.


Full members may bring two participants and associate members one participant. Additional participants may be brought for a participation fee. Please contact Laura Jones for more information

People are requested to register via the online form here by the 11th September.


Contact person:

Laura Jones

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+32 2 235 66 62














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